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© Dr Allan Vincent Pullin

IoE Number: 404200
Location: CONSERVATORY ATTACHED TO THE SOUTH FRONT OF HOOLE HALL, HOOLE ROAD (south side)
  HOOLE VILLAGE, CHESTER, CHESHIRE
Photographer: Dr Allan Vincent Pullin
Date Photographed: 31 December 2001
Date listed: 29 March 1982
Date of last amendment: 29 March 1982
Grade II

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SJ 46 NWHOOLE VILLAGE C.P.HOOLE ROAD(South Side)5/14Conservatory attached tothe south front of Hoole

SJ 46 NW HOOLE VILLAGE C.P. HOOLE ROAD (South Side) 5/14 Conservatory attached to the south front of Hoole Hall 29/3/1982 GV II Conservatory and grotto: mid C19 for Hamilton family. Cast-iron and glass, hipped roof with raised centre and spikelets on the ridge. Front has 9-bay arcade of semi-circular headed arches, the central 3 projecting under a curved roof. Interior: not inspected but recent photographs show a screen wall to the right of the entrance containing 3 stone round-headed arches, glazed with iron tracery and having central pair of half-glazed doors. These lead into a stone grotto of lava. Also inside in one corner is a tall, quadrant-shaped iron birdcage.

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